arterial network

arterial network

Etymology: Gk, arteria + L, rete, net
an anastomotic network of small arteries at a point before they branch into arterioles and capillaries. Also called rete arteriosum.
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Assessment of traffic signals and arterial network conditions including signal phasing, traffic and pedestrian volumes, vehicle speeds, roadway capacity and operation efficiency.
Mike van Graan fright) is the Executive Director, African Arts Institute and Programme Director of the Arterial Network African Creative Economy Conference 2013.
Using the inside shoulder as a continuation of the HOT lane greatly improves the efficiency of the lane because it now extends to a major multilane exit into the downtown arterial network rather than ending 1.
The National Highways with a total length of over 71,000 km serve as the arterial network of our country.
Ideally located in one of the prime investment areas of Hudson County the 48- unit mixed use apartment development enjoys easy access to an arterial network of highways leading to the turnpike, tunnels and Newark Liberty Airport.
economic competitiveness, their main purpose, very clearly, is to create an arterial network for speeding the delivery of manufactured products into the United States through Canada and Mexico.
McKenzie said along with central Arkansas' interchanges, its arterial network is Metroplan's largest priority.
Imagine his surprise when the autopsy revealed an arterial network clogged with massive fatty deposits.
When constructed the Southern Links project will reduce congestion, improve safety on SH1 and SH3 in the Hillcrest and Melville suburbs of Hamilton, improve freight flows and be a key part of the city s urban arterial network integrated into the HCC Access Hamilton Strategy.
Mike van Graan, the Executive Director of the African Arts Institute and Programme Director of the Arterial Network African Creative Economy Conference 2013, moved the discussion away from the emphasis on culture solely as an economic factor.
Metroplan suggests spending the remaining money on improving the area's arterial network, such as signal coordination and intersection improvements.
One of the principal features of Jersey City, Gerber noted, is the town's direct linkage to Manhattan via a mega bus and rail transit system, coupled with easy access to an arterial network of highways leading to the Hudson River, tunnels and G.